Industries’ network will be laid in Madhya Pradesh villages
BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said
that a network of small, medium and major industries will be laid in villages
to provide maximum employment opportunities to youths in the state. He said
that Madhya Pradesh will emerge with a unique identity on industrial map of
country soon. Chief Minister Chouhan was inaugurating Rs 1600 crore Terry towel
unit of Trident Group at Budni in Sehore district on Tuesday.
On the occasion, Chouhan also laid foundation stone of
a joint textile project costing Rs 2400 crore.
The Chief Minister said that positive atmosphere for
industrial investment has come up in Madhya Pradesh during last one decade.
Referring to Global Investors Summit to be held at Indore, the Chief Minister
said that representatives of 28 countries and major industrial houses of the
country will participate in it.
Group’s Chairman Rajendra Gupta informed that Terry
towel unit is the largest terry towel unit in the world. It employs 6000
persons. He informed that 8000 more persons will get employment in the joint
textile project costing Rs. 2400 crore. Chairman Gupta, also presented a cheque
of Rs 21 lakh for construction of girls toilets in schools. Noted singer Nitin
Mukesh presented songs at the programme.